BRUSSELS, Belgium – As many in the area paused this week to thank local veterans for their service to our nation, one area native is not only actively serving the United States of America, but is also working with one of this country’s most important alliances.
CLARION – “It’s a lean mean budget. It’s very good.” That’s how Clarion County Commissioner Wayne Brosius described the county’s 2019 tentative budget, which does not project a tax increase for residents in the coming year.
EAST BRADY – Talks with the new chief and possible terms of the police agreement topped the agenda of last week’s meeting of the East Brady Borough Council.
FAIRMOUNT CITY – As the world commemorates the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I — Armistice Day — one local family is looking back on the life of a relative who gave his life in the service of his country only weeks before the war would officially be over.
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Donna Oberlander (R-Clarion) will continue her advocacy of rural issues and the 63rd District by advancing within the leadership ranks of the House Republican Caucus in Harrisburg, as she was elected yesterday (Tuesday) to serve as chairman of the House Majority Polic…
ALCOLA – Young people from the New Bethlehem area rolled smoothly, fell down or hung out with friends at the Redbank Valley Municipal Park’s skating rink last Friday night. A mainstay of the area park for more than 70 years, it has provided active entertainment for generations of area residents.
BURNSIDE – A Fairmount City woman was killed when her vehicle struck a residence in Burnside Township, Clearfield Township, early Sunday morning.
NEW BETHLEHEM – Police work can be life changing. Southern Clarion County Regional Police Chief Robert Malnofsky Jr., who recently began work for the regional police force, knows that well.
NEW BETHLEHEM – Banquets, family gatherings, class reunions and other special occasions have found a new home in New Bethlehem as two local business owners celebrate the opening of their new banquet facilities at their existing Broad Street location.
BRUSSELS, Belgium – As many in the area paused this week to thank local veterans for their service to our nation, one area native is not only actively serving the United States of America, but is also working with one of this country’s most important alliances. Read more